KDE panel , how to remove widgets?
wa5qjh at xmission.com
Sun Jul 24 12:35:06 UTC 2016
Thanks all who replied. much appreciated.
turns out unlocking the panel and moving the cursor over an icon had
very little effect, tho I was able to kill off a few icons that way.
And there was no offer or ability to delete nor move an icon.
I found out that my panel bar was unlocked all this time which had
premitted things to get corrupted. I had left it unlocked to facilitate
adding widgets. guess that got out of hand. it's locked now.
The way I had the best luck was to add another panel, specifically a
'default' panel which went to the top of my screen. I then deleted my
original panel,followed by creating a third panel with the menus now at
the top, followed by deleting the panel at the top. I also just checked
and on my 10.3 system I was not able to either move nor delete any of
the icons in the manner that has been suggested here.
I also had to unlock the panel to resize it a little bit.
Seems a long way to go but the add default panel option really worked
good. I was then able to populate the new panel with a few items like
konsole, thrunderbird, and skype then lock it. seems crude but it
worked great for me so I wanted to pass the info back.
Experience keeps a dear school but a fool will learn in no other.
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